Max is a tall, strong forward who can play as a target man or off the shoulder and he is equally adept in a central midfield role where his excellent aerial ability proves extremely useful. He is also well known for demeanour on the field, which can best be described as 'grumpy old man', constantly growling at anything and everything, even when things apparently are going well.
He made his debut for the club in October 2011 in the 2s' 4-1 win over rivals Westminster and scored his first goal in the 2-2 home draw with Brentwoods 2s - his second appearance. Those were his only two League appearances, although he did play in two Junior League Cup ties, including the final, playing the first hour in the loss to Charterhouse 3s.
After spending a fair amount of time on the bench in the 2012/13 season, Max secured a regular starting place in the starting lineup the following campaign, and he responded brilliantly, scoring ten goals for the team and earning a debut for the 1st XI in the disappointing 1-0 defeat at Malvernians in November.
2014/15 saw Max among the goals again as he scored 8 in 11 League and Cup appearances, including his first OHAFC hat-trick in the 5-0 win over Malvern 2s in November, although his ratio dropped slightly the following season when he scored five times in 13 appearances.
Max was appointed vice-captain for the 2s alongside Kyri Pittalis prior to the 2016/17 season and was a vital presence in the promotion campaign, dovetailing his striking role with spells in the centre of midfield. He only scored twice in 13 League and Cup appearances for the 2s, but fittingly he scored the final goal of the season, the winner away to Citizens. He also played once for the 1st XI in the 1-0 defeat away to Forest in mid-January.
A work placement in Australia deprived the side of his presence for the first half of the 2017/18 season but he returned with a bang, earning the Man of the Match nomination in the titanic 1-0 win over Westminsters in January.